Invisible Picture Show
Too often refugees are caught at customs control for not having the right documents. Many of them are children. They’re escaping from war, violence, famine and poverty, and get hidden away in special facilities, where they are greeted by iron fences and isolation. The media is routinely shut out of these places and the children are in many respects invisible. By using recorded telephone interviews with children who are locked up in Australia, Greece, South Africa and the USA, animators have given life to the children’s words. The result is a strong visual experience that gives voice to each individual.
Shown wednesday-sunday 11 am to 5 pm at our transmedia lounge at Debaser Strand + As a part of Where Dreams Cross
Don’t miss the director in a seminar about documentary film and funding on wednesday 5th.